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© moments in the life of an author scholarly publications and relevant legal actions Wilma Mossink 21 October 2005
structure of my talk basics of copyright and the good things about it; distinctive moments scholarly publication and the relevant legal acts; © toolkit; conclusions.
basics about © difference common law & civil law; exclusive right; economic rights; moral rights; originality needed for © protection; no registration needed; term of ©.
good things about © changing all the time; complex issue; package of balances; bundle of rights; allocation of rights for optimal accessibility.
distinctive moments determination of © ownership; collecting, selecting information; publishing; making available otherwise; preservation.
determining ownership author is first owner; work made for hire/made in the course of employment/werkgeversauteursrecht; copyright policy.
collecting information sources most of time © protected; licence to use sources; possible exceptions.
publishing process agreements underlie process; agreements important for balance and responsibilities stakeholders involved in scholarly publications.
making available repository, education & future reuse; permission rightsholder needed for making available; magic year of 1997; several licences in circulation.
preservation copyright legislation not always sufficient; permission needed from rightsholder.
© toolkit checklist key needs author & publisher;
key needs author publication/dissemination/accessibility; educational/instructional use; research uses; personal use; future reuse; preservation; protection of IPR and moral rights.
© toolkit checklist key needs author & publisher; provisions for agreements; tailor made agreement; model agreement.
model agreement licence; definitions differ slightly from definitions now used in publishing agreements; author retains right to put published article on an institutional repository; possible embargo with maximum of 6 months.
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David Dawson Senior ICT Adviser MLA and IPR: some recent developments.
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